#Mumbai beat Kolkata by 9 wickets

Mumbai beat Kolkata by 9 wickets

Mumbai beat Kolkata by 9 wickets in the last league match. After the bowlers did a great job, the Mumbai Indians batsmen could easily chase down the target of 134 runs. Captain Rohit Sharma scored 55 runs in 48 balls. Suryakumar Yadav scored an unbeaten knock of 27 off 27 balls with 5 fours and 2 sixes. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will now play in the playoffs.

Mumbai beat Kolkata by 9 wickets in the last league match. After the bowlers did a great job, the Mumbai Indians batsmen could easily chase down the target of 134 runs. Captain Rohit Sharma scored 55 runs in 48 balls. Suryakumar Yadav scored an unbeaten knock of 27 off 27 balls with 5 fours and 2 sixes. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will now play in the playoffs. It would have been necessary for Kolkata to win this edition to get the number four position in IPL this year.

Chasing Kolkata’s chase of 134, the Mumbai opener, who made a 46-run partnership in 6.1 overs, The famous horse made D.Colka (30 runs) after dismissing the pair. After that, Surya Kumar Yadav and Rohit Sharma, who were on the field, took the game to the right and ended the Kolkata Challenge.

Meanwhile, the Mumbai Indians bowlers did a fantastic job with Kolkata Knight Riders. Andre Russell, who was also known for his batting performance, could not even bounce and Kolkata Knight Riders managed to score only 133 for seven. Russell, who scored 510 runs in 13 innings this season, was dismissed for the first ball. Opener Chris Lynn’s 41 runs and Shubhaman Gill (9) shared a 49-run partnership but Kolkata’s middle order collapsed and their innings were restricted to 133 runs. Robin Uthappa (40) and Nitish Rana (26) added 47 runs for the fifth wicket. Mumbai’s Lasith Malinga (3-35), Hardik Pandya (2-20) and Jasprit Boomarah (2-31) did not have the expectation of Kolkata.

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Lynn and Gill started restraint. Then they tried to increase the speed. Lynn, Malinga, hit four fours and a six in the 13th over. So, in Kolkata, Kolkata was able to score 49 runs. But after the success of both the openers, Hardy gave Mumbai the relief. After that, the Kolkata team could only manage 12 runs in five overs. In his 11 overs, his car reached to 61 in the second position. Uthappa scored 25 off 47 balls. He hit them. Then, in the 13th over, Malinga’s captain Dinesh Karthik (3) and Russell (0) gave a big blow to Kolkata’s dreamy goal.

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